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  • 00:10

    Bob Crosby & His Orchestra / Bob Crosby's Bob Cats ‎– Big Tom / Way Down Yonder

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    Bob Crosby & His Orchestra / Bob Crosby's Bob Cats ‎– Big Tom / Way Down Yonder in New Orleans


     


     


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    Bob Crosby & His Orchestra / Bob Crosby's Bob Cats ‎– Big Tom / 'Way Down Yonder in New Orleans


    Label: Decca ‎– 4403


    Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM 


    Country: Canada


    Released: 1941 1942


     


    Genre: Jazz


    A: Big Tom


    69273 5/29/1941


    Bob Crosby And His Orchestra


    Composers Bob Haggart - Ray Bauduc


    Featuring Ray Bauduc at the pedal tom-tom


     


     


    B: 'Way Down Yonder In New Orleans”


    LA2885 2/5/1942


     


    Bob Crosby’s Bob Cats


    Composers Henry Creamer-Turner .Layton


    Vocal Chorus by Nappy Lamare – Eddie Miller


     


    George Robert "Bob" Crosby (August 23, 1913 – March 9, 1993) was an American swing music singer and Dixieland bandleader and vocalist best known for his group the Bob-Cats.


     

  • 00:09

    Harry James & His Orchestra ‎– Trumpet Rhapsody

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    Harry James & His Orchestra ‎– Trumpet Rhapsody



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    Harry James & His Orchestra ‎– Trumpet Rhapsody


    Label: Columbia ‎– 36160


     


    Genre: Jazz


    Style: Big Band


    Year: 1941


     


    A: Trumpet Rhapsody - Part I


     


    Track durations taken from timing the release. Release date estimated from the recording dates for 


    Track A (1941-03-26) 


     


    B: Trumpet Rhapsody - Part II


     


    Composers  – James, Mathias


    Track B (1941-02-13).


     


    Bass – Thurman Teague


    Cello – Al Friede* (tracks: B)


    Drums – Micky Scrima*


    Guitar – Ben Heller


    Piano – Al Lerner (2)


    Saxophone – Chuck Gentry, Claude Lakey, Johnny Mezey (tracks: A), Sam Morowitz* (tracks: B), Vido Musso


    Trombone – Dalton Rizzotto, Harry Rodgers, Hoyt Bohannon


    Trumpet – Al Stearns (tracks: B), Claude Bowen, Harry James (2), Nick Buono (tracks: A)


    Violin – Alx Pevsner* (tracks: B), William Schuman* (tracks: A), George Koch (tracks: A), Glenn Herzer (tracks: B), Leo Zorn (tracks: B), Sam Rosenblum, Stan Stanchfield (tracks: A)

  • 00:24

    Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra ‎– Whispering / Two in Love , Marie / Who?

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    Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra ‎– Whispering / Two in Love



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    Tommy Dorsey & His Orchestra ‎– Whispering / Two in Love


    Label: Victor ‎– 20-1597


    Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM 


    Released:  1941


     


    Genre: Jazz, Pop


    Style: Vocal


    A: Whispering


    Frank Sinatra and The Pied Pipers on vocals


    20 Th century fox “Greenwich Village”


    Composers Malvin and John Schonberger


     


    B: Two in Love


    Composer Meredith Wilson, Vocal refrain Frank Sinatra


    8/19/41


    Tommy Dorsey and his orchestra ‎– Marie / Who?


    Label: victor ‎– 27519 27000 series 1941-1942


    My label is RCA Victor 


    Format: shellac, 10", 78 rpm 


    Country: Canada


    Released: 1937


    Genre: Jazz


    A: Marie (vocals Jack Leonard)


    P80-3 Mx # 04534=1 1/29/1937


    Composer Irving Berlin


    B: WHO? ('Sunny') (Vocals Jack Leonard)


    P80-4 Mx # 14683=1 10/14/1937


    Composers Harbach-Hammerstein-Kern


    1930 First National Film “Sunny” 


     

  • 00:12

    Charlie Barnet & His Orchestra , Alvino Rey & His Orchestra

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    Charlie Barnet & His Orchestra I'll Remember April


    Alvino Rey & His Orchestra Don't Take Your Love from Me


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    Charlie Barnet & His Orchestra / Alvino Rey & His Orchestra ‎– I'll remember April / Don't Take Your Love from Me


    Label: Bluebird (3) ‎– 30-0826


    Record Company – Radio Corporation of America


    Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM, Reissue 


    Released: 1944


    Genre: Jazz


    Style: Big Band, Vocal


    A: Charlie Barnet & His Orchestra I'll Remember April


    Vocals [Refrain] – Bob Carroll, Composers– Don Raye, Gene DePaul


    Side A recorded in Hollywood, CA October 5, 1941. 


    Charles Daly "Charlie" Barnet (October 26, 1913 – September 4, 1991) was an American jazz saxophonist, composer, and bandleader.


    B: Alvino Rey & His Orchestra Don't Take Your Love from Me


    Vocals [Refrain] – Yvonne King, Composer– Henry Nemo


    Side B recorded in New York City, NY July 14, 1941.


    Alvin McBurney (July 1, 1908 – February 2, 2004), known by his stage name Alvino Rey, was an American swing era musician and pioneer, often credited as the father of the pedal steel guitar. For the most part, he was associated with orchestral, big band and swing music, and towards the end of his career, jazz and exotica.

  • 00:30

    When and How did AA get so infested in Courts. Did you get A DUI?

    in Self Help

    Host Monica Richardson is back after a break. When did this all begin. AA meetings first started in Prison in 1941. Drug Court Began in 1989 in FLorida and 1990 in California.


    But many violent and sex offenders had been court ordered as far back as in the 1970's documented in Monica's film The 13th Step. Some sex offenders don't even drink, for obvious reasons. So why would a Judge send them there?


    After a long 6 months break and dealing with Breast Cancer, Host, Filmmaker, Activst, singer- songwriter Monica Richardson continues with her Blog Talk Radio Show. 


    Over the next fews months we will interview many professioanls in the field and keep you updated on any new advances in changing the landscape of AA domination in Court and in rehabs.
     

  • 00:10

    Bing Crosby ‎– The Waiter & The Porter & The Upstairs Maid, Birth of the Blues

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    Bing Crosby ‎– The Waiter & The Porter & The Upstairs Maid


    Birth of the Blues


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    Bing Crosby ‎– The Waiter & The Porter & The Upstairs Maid / Birth of the Blues


    Label: Decca ‎– 3970


    Manufactured By – Decca Records, Inc.


    Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM 


    Released: 1941


    Genre: Jazz, Pop, Stage & Screen


    Style: Big B&, Vocal


    A: The Waiter & The Porter & The Upstairs Maid


    Composer – Johnny Mercer


    Bing Crosby, Mary Martin & Jack Teagarden with Orchestra


    B: The Birth of The Blues


    Composers – B. J. De Sylva*, Lew Brown, Ray Henderson


    Bing Crosby with Jack Teagarden & His Orchestra


    1941 Paramount Pictures “Birth of the Blues”


     

  • 01:06

    Episode 323: Building a Navy in Peace That Wins at War

    in Military

    The wartime record of the US Navy in under four years of combat from late 1941’s low point to the September 1945 anchoring in Tokyo Bay did not happen by chance. It did not happen through luck, or through quick thinking. It happened through a process of dedicated, deliberate, disciplined and driven effort over two decades in the intra-war period.


    What were the mindset, process, leadership, and framework of the 1920s and 1930s that was used to build the fleet and the concepts that brought it to victory in the 1940s?


    This week we are going to dive deep in this subject for the full hour with Captain C.C. Felker, USN, Professor of History at the US Naval Academy and author of, Testing American Sea Power: U.S. Navy Strategic Exercises, 1923–1940.

  • 00:30

    Against The Odds: The Courage Of The Tuskegee Airmen

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    The military assumption of the 1930s was that Black men didn’t have the mental or physical capacity to fly airplanes.  White wisdom, widespread racism and the steady hand of Jim Crow reinforced that assumption.  So when America entered World War II in 1941, where would they turn to get the military and aviation manpower to fight off the Japanese, Germans, Italians and Austrians while protecting the American home front? The answer rested in the very Black men who were maligned and mistreated and assumed unfit for aviation duty. Their ranks would grow and their dignity and courage prevailed through unending discrimination and mistrust.  



    They started out as members of the US Army Air Corps.  They would later be known as the Tuskegee Airmen of World War II.  



    Today as Black History Month comes to a close, we pay tribute to the brave men who flew the planes, repaired them, maintained them, conducted military missions overseas and supervised the soldiers…The Tuskegee Airmen. And we’ll pay special tribute to the men we’ll honor at the March 3rd Black History Breakfast, including my father the late, 2nd Lieutenant Wilson A. Copeland who served with his fellow Tuskegee Airmen with dignity, pride and excellence.
    Black History IS American History!

  • 00:10

    Bartlett and Robertson Duel Pianos

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    Bartlett and Robertson   Duel Pianist


    Ethel Bartlett & Rae Robertson Romance from First Suite for two pianos


    Turkish March


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    Ethel Bartlett & Rae Robertson Romance from First Suite for two pianos


    Columbia Blue Label 17198-D (CO27119)


    Composer Arensky


    A: Romance from First Suite for two pianos


    Release date 1940 / 1941 ?


    B: Turkish March (CO27120)


    From “the Ruins of Athens “


    The Ruins of Athens (Die Ruinen von Athen), Opus 113, is a set of incidental music pieces written in 1811 by Ludwig van Beethoven. The music was written to accompany the play of the same name by August von Kotzebue, for the dedication of a new theatre at Pest.


    Perhaps the best-known music from The Ruins of Athens is the Turkish March, a theme that even many who are not avid classical music listeners are familiar with. The overture and the Turkish March are often performed separately, and the other pieces of this set are not often heard Another of Beethoven's compositions, Six variations on an original theme, Op. 76, uses the Turkish March as its theme.


    Bartlett and Robertson refers to the husband-and-wife classical piano duo of Ethel Bartlett (1896–1978) and Rae Robertson (1893–1956), who were credited with popularizing two-piano music in Europe and the United States in the 1930s and 1940s through their extensive touring, recordings, and radio performances 

  • 00:45

    Maurice White is our Topic for tonight as Chris interviews vocalist Sherry Scott

    in Rock Music

    We go into some music history in light of the recent passing of Earth Wind & Fire's Maurice White (December 19, 1941 – February 3/4, 2016).


    Some question whether this death is recieving fair media coverage. One Facebook post from EWF fanpage "The Legendary Earth Wind & Fire stated:


    I'm sitting here going through the New York Daily News and he only received a small article on page 30. A couple of weeks ago when David Bowie and later Glen Frey they both received front page news. I hope the music industry does a better job of paying homage to someone who influenced many a musician. It would be befitting if at the Grammys when they receive the Lifetime Achievement Award they put that as a main part of the show instead of the backdrop as they normally do with this award. No disrespect to Bowie or Frey they deserve that recognition but Maurice does as well.


    We explore the contributions, music and legacy of White, from one of the first of many members of his best-selling band and how they rose to the top to compete with even the Aerosmith, Rolling Stones, Led Zeppellin, and Chicago in terms of sheer record sales, as well as many of the other funk/fusion bands of their era like Rufus, Ohio Players, Funkadelic and Parliament.

  • 01:59

    A. Deep Live: EWF

    in Entertainment

    Maurice White (1941-2016), legendary performer of Earth, Wind and Fire.   The music of cosmic energy and positive vibes began in the 70's starting a musical journey that will never die. Timeless.